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around. >> catherine: thank you, brian. it was a snowy weekend in the sierra. in fact, some tahoe area ski resorts are reporting near record amounts of snow. kron 4's charles clifford is live tonight in the east bay with a quick look at the conditions in tahoe. charles? >> reporter: this was a very snowy weekend in the lake tahoe over the weekend. caltran was able to get in there and clear out the roadways. there is snow in the forecast let me show you how things work this afternoon. this is a caltrans camera along interstate 80 at the donner summit. the road is clear, but look at the piles of fresh snow one the sides of the road here. a couple miles away, same story near the the donner lake exit. now even though the 80 looks good at the moment, caltrans is screening trucks for snow chains eastbound at applegate and westbound in truckee. now let's take a look along highway 50 in south lake tahoe. again lots of fresh new snow, but the roads are clear. maybe a little slick here. now, if you're headed to the mountains to go skiing. it's all good news. to the north, squaw valley and alpine
's developments. >> catherine: there's rain on the way this holiday weekend. this is a live look from our camera on mount tam. and a look at downtown san francisco. i'm here in the weather center with jacqueline bennet -- where is the wet weather? >> jacqueline: we are still getting some return on the radar but it is still too dry for the rain to hit the ground. it will be moving and later. as we see this offshore and wider on the satellite & radar toward the tail end of this system is approaching the coast. it is just to the west of eureka. we can see this right. it will take a dive towards the south. but we could get some of this rainfall overnight. here is a lock on futurecast. the san mateo coastline, and-look on futurecast. with santa rosa, and san rafeal. it is going and coming back over the san mateo coast towards the coast. by ted o'clock, still showers in the north bay. and towards the east bay the showers will continue early saturday morning timing it out, coming up. >> catherine: it was almost 5 months ago when a pipe broke at chevron's richmond refinery. it sent a huge fireball in th
doing to protect>> keep the door locked. >>catherine: and california's senior senator takes the lead in the fight for tighter gun control. >> is this america? >> i don't think so >>catherine: will have more on local schools and gun- control but first,grant lodes is standing by elementary school shooting. >> today, children across connecticut saw something classes. uniformed police are in or around most of the state's schools. but sandy hook school in newtown remains closed and may never reopen. truckloads desks, shelves, bulletin boards and abandoned backpacks. taken from the scene of the massacre to a recently closed school in nearby monroe. the former middle school is where the sandy hill students will resume classes. volunteer contractors spent the weekend installing smaller facilities for the younger students. >> when the children come in whenever the school has started they walk into a classroom that looks as close as possible as their classroom that they left." >> the sandy hill school remains a crime scene. state police working around the clock to determing what happe
. and the fire department will stay on the scene. charles clifford, kron 4 news. >>catherine: there was still a bomb threat had the threat of a teacher's life. this is machine shop. in cupertino, classes are cancelled after a spray=painted message on a school wall threatens a teacher's life. no explosives were found, and police are searching for who ever wrote the graffiti. we have been following up on royal pain. fire. two south bay schools closed today - as police investigated a bomb threat, and a threat on a teacher's life. you're looking at the graffiti threat - we've name. tonight - we have team coverage. haaziq madyun has been talking to parents and teacher. but first, rob fladeboe is live --- at monte vista high schoool in cupertino. happened. rob? >> sheriff's deputies sealed off the sprawling west san jose campus of monte vista high school just after 7 a.m. thursday. classes were cancelled after a threatening message was discovered on a wall at lynbrook high school in san jose, both schools part of the fremont union high school district. >> there has been a graffiti sound on one of
) live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> catherine: tonight at 11 for those of you heading out on this last friday of 2012 - prepare for rain this is a view of san francisco, and the golden gate bridge. the weather center. a lot of people want to know? >> jacqueline: a pretty decent do or did some heavier showers in and around the san francisco. through san francisco, some heavy rainfall to the northern portions and as record towards marin county. and to the coast. da daly city, and also towards san francisco more. that will be pressing towards the peninsula. as reticulated the satellite and radar it is we will get clipped with all of this rainfall as it presses itself. where we could see drier conditions coming up this weekend. >> catherine: in other news.two people are dead. one of them a child - after police say they were swept off some rocks near the marin headlands. this is video from sky 7 h- d. three adults had been fishing under the golden gate bridge. one of them managed to swim to shore to get help. the coast guard and the tiburon fire department f
>>catherine: in national news. people in topeka kansas are leaving flowers and candles at a police memorial - after two officers were killed while on duty. david gogian and jeff atherly were shot sunday night after responding to a report of a suspicious car outside a grocery store. the suspect was killed early today after a police stand- off. the last time a topeka officer was killed in the line of duty was 12 years ago. >> ago. in national news. hawaii senator daniel enna- way died of respiratory complications today. the 88- year-old was the longest serving senator. with a 50- year run of service. he was also a medal of honor recipient. senate majority leader harry reid announced the death on the senate floor today. according toenna-way's office. his last word was "aloha". >>catherine: house speaker john boehner headed back to the white house today - for more fiscal cliff talks with the president. it sounds like there was some progress. the president proposed a new deficit-reduction that would increase tax rates on people instead of 200,000. he also proposed lowering the cost-of-
4news >> catherine: continuing our team coverage. also in the east bay. a road that keeps flooding has really frustrated a long-time resident. kron 4's justine waldman shows us the mudslide and what is being done to fix it. >> reporter: as soon as it started to rain victor husary knew this was going to happen. that is why he got out his cell phone and took this video of a mudslide on castro ranch road. >> nobody wants to listen to victor. >> reporter: flooding left the two lane street, down to one lane. victor doesn't like how cars have to drive in the opposite lane of traffic. >> i have seen it for at least 15 years. people do not know which way to go. it is very dangerous. >> for a 600 families. >> reporter: victor says the problem starts on top of the hill. he claims improper drainage allows water and mud to cascade down causing all this mess. even these wooded barricades can't hold back the damage. that is why he made this video, so people can see what's happening here. he's reached out to the city which promised to fix the problem. >> look at that!, danger. most of that city s
in his home. catherine heenan is standing >>catherine: newtown is 80 miles northeast of new york city. the scene of the shooting, is a relatively wealthy community founded 3=hundred years ago, just after nine this morning, it became the scene of one of the country's >> i just got a message saying there was an unconfirmed shooting >> we immediately jumped in the car and came down here >>catherine: parents arriving at the school found a nightmare scene. >> "i just heard the principal was shot and killed. i heard some kids were shot. a teacher mrs. hammons was shot." >>catherine: the shooter apparently arrived in this car, parked outside the main entrance. he began firing as soon as he entered the building. >> pop, pop, pop in the hall. and they all heard it. there were about seven people in the meeting room. they heard that sound in the hall. and they -- she said three people went out into the hall, the principal, the vice principal and the school psychologist. and t only one person came back, which was the vice principal, who was shot in the leg or the foot. >>catherine: police respond
the broadway tunnel. i'm catherine heenan. shelter in place that's what people were told to do after a huge fire plant in fremont. kamal our big concern for the public is very toxic tis the season to be worried about thieves. are doing to make holidy shoppers feel safer, and he had fun fun fun, but the san francisco police officer who raced his lamborghini through the broadway tunnel has spent his last shift on the tonight at eight. >> this is video. enjoy writing. there are reports that he commented that they were drunk. he was enjoy writing.there were two or writiy they were jo joy riding.. under the rule of order misconducted is classified at any breach of reflective to the dead could be considered on officer like. it is-unofficer like i wonder why they would put this on facebook? in the meantime he could lose his job? is that likely? it is not likely because it is still early. the ethics committee is still during their investigation. however, the sergeant said that when they told me it is that the chief is leaning towards suspension. >> and he is on a desk job. >> absolutely. >> grant l
workers are going to be paying the price for all of not being able to get anything done. >> catherine: after a break in the rain.yet another round is this is a live look at conditions in san on van ness avenue. i'm in the weather center with jacqueline - who has been tracking this latest >> jacqueline: it has been a bit deceiving. but we are finally seeing rain hit the coast. half moon bay in the last one hour and a san francisco probably seen some sprinkles right now as well. let us to track some of these rainfall totals. not all of this is hitting the ground. there are pockets of yellow is indicating the rainfall in excess of 1 tenths per hour. we could it just see light sprinkles. as we go towards half moon bay. the rainfall totals and of and down the coast as this system continues to process along the coast. light rain towards richmond, berkeley. but one hour before things get saturated. as i mentioned a quick look outside. the satellite & radar pressing to the south and moving through a ukiah. and the rainfall approaching the coach with more tonight. timing it out on futurecast.
. but first - catherine heenan has more on the connecticut school massacre. catherine? >>catherine: it's been four days since the school shooting in connecticut. the people of newtown are trying to return to some sense of routine.even as more children are buried. the children headed back to school tuesday were met by specially trained teachers. those staffers spent monday with experts - learning how to best handle the aftermath of the tragedy. the children >> one of the best things that we could do is have a sense of a return to normalcy. school as part of that. >>catherine: the children of sandy hook elementary are 'not' back in class yet. and probably won't be until after christmas. moving trucks continue to empty out their building.moving equipment to a vacant middle school where they'll go back to class.meantime.the sad string of funerals continued. 6-year-old jessica rekos is one of the 20 children gunned down friday morning. her funeral service began only minutes after another one - for classmate james mattioli - had wrapped up. while investigators promise answers in what happened. man
. melissa: yeah. catherine, let me ask you, when i look what happened in this case of darden because it seems like something that has happened to a bunch of different companies, my takeaway at the end of the day for sure they're not going to hire anyone and that's what we need more than anything right now. >> you're exactly right. what we need is jobs, jobs, jobs. and there is so much uncertainty out there right now with what is going to happen with taxes. we still don't know the full impacts of obamacare. hundreds of thousands of new regulations and we need to know what is going on to make good decisions and grow our businesses because of that. melissa: but, jamie, don't you think to a certain extent we know what is going going on? obamacare will come in and be incredibly expensive for businesses. taxes are going up. the economy is slow. we may or may not go over the fiscal cliff but regardless the economy is stalled and taxes are going up. there is certainty but not just great certainty. >> as a family-owned business after 91 years of being in business we know there's a business cy
: maureen kelly kron4 news. >>catherine: for the third straight day - funeral processions were rolling through newtown, connecticut. more of the victims of friday's shooting at a grade school. among th 7-year-old boy and victoria soto. she's the 27-year-old teacher being remembered for dying while trying to shield her students them managed to escape. also today - a medical examiner says he's looking for genetic clues as to why the gunman - adam lanza - killed 20 children and 6 adults at the school. authorities want to know if there's any identifiable disease associated with his behavior. more on the shooting - and the fallout concerning gun control - still ahead. >>jacqueline: already 43 in vallejo it is going to be chilly, overnight. there is a storm to the north with cloud coverage remaining. clouds could be in the 30's. we will see rain out of this system as the go tomorrow. it is moving very, barely slow. tomorrows temperatures will remain chilly. 29 in fairfield. 34 in san mateo. and 33 and san jose. for the afternoon we will be dealing with temperatures in the 50s. a bit warmer.
for the sierra starting on christmasin the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. >> catherine: in upstate new york - volunteer firefighters were ambushed at the scene of a house fire today. two of them were shot and killed.and a convicted felon is being blamed. it happened in the town of webster, near rochester. aside from the two firefighters killed - two others are injured. kron4's grant lodes has the story. >> firefighters were not allowed to even battle the massive fire for nearly six hours this morning. that's because the fire scene quickly turned into a crime scene. right as the volunteer firefightrs were arriving on scene.police say 62-year- old william spangler was perched like a sniper.firing off rounds towards the unsuspecting first responders. two were killed. 43 year old mike chiapperini >> people of a pickup in the middle of the night to go out and fight fires do not expect to be killed. >> - who also served as the town's police department public information officer. and 19-year-old tomasz kachoofka. kachoofka and chiapperini's son were best friends. two other firefighters who w
, sports director, gary radnich. >>catherine: also, prince william and kate expecting an error to the krona. and even if you are royalty still being pregnant can be a pain. >>pam: sports director, gary radnich is here. to talk about the kaepernick. >> apparently, there is no big deal but jim harbaugh is in love with this kid. and kaepernick pitches the ball over ted ginn's head janoris jenkins jumps on it fior the touchdown rams made the 2-point conversion to tie it kaepernick to delaney walker pass 49ers settle for a after sending the game into field goal jim harbaugh pounds colin kapernick's shoulder pads... kaepernick 50-yard run against rams colin kaepernick intentional resulting in a safety... then makes a bad pitch that results in the rams inly touchdown in their 16-13 overtime win over the 49ers greg zuerlein they call him "legatron" boots the game- winning 54-yard field goal and harbaugh walk off final: 16-13 rams 49ers 8-3-1 but first -- if you thought the 49-ers quarterback controversy was over... think again. the hot-hand back-up colin kaepernick losing for the first time, while
is dead -- and two australian d-j's have been taken off the air. catherine heenan is here with the story. >>catherine: prince william and the duchess of cambridge say they're deeply saddened by what happened. the nurse at a london hospital who took a prank call from two australian disc jockeys has been found dead today. it's believed the woman committed suicide.and some are calling her a victim of that hoax. it happened less than a day after kate middleton left the london hospital where she had been treated for extreme morning sickness. the nurse who had answered the phone to two d-j's pretending to be queen elizabeth and prince charles hospital >> it is with deep sadness to confirm this tragic death of our nursing staff. >> that hoax call was heard around the world. the hosts of an australian radio show say they never expected the prank call would get anywhere. but it did... > > could i please speak with my neice.. did. jacintha saldanha transferred the call.a different nurse went on to give out confidential information on how the duchess was doing. people were divided on whether the p
>>> hello there, welcome to "newsline." it's thursday, december 6th. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. >>> authorits inorth korea are pressing ahead with plans to launch what they call a rocket. south korean government officials say their neighbors are sending up a missile. they say it has a range of more than 10,000 kilometers capable of reaching the u.s. west coast. experts used data from previous launches to make their estimate. they say a missile launched in 2009 had a range of almost 7,000 kilometers. north korean officials tried again in april. the rocket exploded shortly after takeoff. seconds longer tn those used 18 inrevious attempts. the experts believe engineers may have succeeded in reducing the size of a nuclear warhead. south korean officials say workers have completed the assembly of the three-stage missile. they say once the crew injects the fuel, it will be ready to go. authorities in pyongyang say they've launch between the 10th and 22nd of this month. they say they're sending a satellite into orbit. but leaders of japan and other countries believe the north
>>> welcome to "newsline." it's wednesday, december 12th. i'm catherine kobayashi. the south korean government officials say north korean workers have dismantled a rocket they had been preparing to launch. leaders in pyongyang say they want to put a satellite into orbit, but those in seoul and elsewhere believe the north koreans want to develop technology for a long-range missile, and they still expect the launch will go ahead. south korean government officials told nhk that they confirmed the three-stage rocket was being taken down, and they said it was moved to a nearby facility. on monday, officials in pyongyang extended the launch window by one week to december 29th. they said they were having technical problems with the first-stage control module. government officials in seoul say the defect may not be limited to the first stage, and it may take some time before launch is possible. but they remain on alert. they say they believe the north koreans still want to launch the missile before the end of the month. >>> south korean media have reported on claims that iranian missile exp
. good evening, i'm catherine mcdonald [speaker not understood] my house has retained its value and although there have noise coming off the mission high school football field it's generally children playing. it's not that disruptive. it's much less disruptive than the people walking down the front of the tv street. as the mother of two children who had the fortune of being educated by sarah at the catherine michael school and polka dot she is an incredible mix of caring and nurturing, mentoring to her children. she was clear, respect the neighbors, be mindful that people live here and we always were. so although i understand the neighbors' concerns, i believe that the public interest here is served by adding a school to a community that is underserved by schools and furthering san francisco's stated goal of developing the resources for families. encouraging families like mine to stay in san francisco. it's a difficult job that you have. but i am an administrative law judge across the street and i understand that there are times that we have to make decisions that serve the p
several weeks. >> that's right, catherine. just a month and a half ago that pair was trading in the mid 79-yen range. almost six whole yen weaker in just six weeks. a dramatic move indeed. so going forward, what can we expect? well, we spoke to disaburo nezo for his outlook. he is a senior executive fellow at fujitsu research institute. >> the yen's future is not so much the weakening but rather i think there would be some counterbalance. that is, already yen current rate, 85 yen per one dollar, is rather reasonable level. i think the japanese exporters have been worrying and saying that yen has been too expensive but probably i think most japanese businesspeople are more or less agree that current level of 85 is rather reasonable level even from their viewpoint. now, we have to be mindful that there are some negative effects about keeping the japanese yen cheap because japan is already importing huge volume of energy, raw materials, and all of them become more expensive in yen. and that will soon have some negative effect on the part of the japanese consumers. so i think those -- when we
. >> catherine, the incoming leader abe has even mentioned revising the bank of japan law which adds more pressure onto the central bank of japan. now, a bit of background, the boj decided last week to extend its asset purchase program by 10 trillion yen, but many investors think the bank needs to do more, still. let's go to ramin mellegard who is at the tokyo stock exchange to get a check on how all of this is affecting tokyo markets. ramin, good morning. >> good morning to you. markets really keeping a close eye on the weaker yen here, and if it's going to weaken further, in fact, and really that's been leading to the gains in stocks that we've been seeing. i also need to keep an eye on the developments of the u.s. fiscal cliff and whether that's going to be resolved or not in the coming days. let's have a look at the opening levels for december 25. 10,000. we're back above that level today, 10r,097. for the nikkei, 10,098. with large volume, i may add coming from both domestic and foreign importers. also sectors who may benefit from the more expansive monetary policy measures that may
, and joining me today, jonathan chait, joy reid, new york times political reporter nicolas and catherine crier. christmas break is already over for president obama. he's flying back to washington tonight and aides say he's ready for a deal. it's not clear whether this trip is a sign of compromises to come or another display of theater showing the president is willing to work even as his opponents skip town. meanwhile, though, americans are growing skeptical. in the last week alone, gallup found a 15-point drop in the number of americans who think congress will negotiate a deal on the fiscal cliff. that's not all, holiday spending also hit its lowest rate since the 2008 recession, which retailers are blaming on the uncertainty in washington. so where do we go from here? well, since the house failed to get a vote on the tax package last week, all eyes are on the senate. a temporary deal that would basically extend all the tax cuts for those making under a quarter million. the deal would also rescue long-term unemployment benefits and instead of addressing those automatic spending cuts we've all
of that. the book was part of my effort to do that. >> catherine, you say to be willing to take it in the neck is not talking to the right people. [laughter] >> not to continue the hockey stick metaphor -- >> you are canadian, by the way. >> yes. i feel that, with climate change being so polarized right now that, if we as scientists are not getting through, we're not talking to the right people. i feel like a dog who has found a potential refract -- potential reflag that we would not tell you but for fear that you might be angry. >> you are relatively new to this field. did you know what you're getting into when you decided to pursue a career in atmospheric change? >> a little bit. having studied under steven schneider and experiencing it, and others, i was prepared for the public scrutiny. we did a study on climate change and the proportionate of scientists who agree with it. 98%. i was certainly not prepared for the personal nature and ec of the backlash. >> what happened -- and the immediacy of a backlash. >> what happened? what were the consequences? >> our study did two thi
could understand. melissa: that was a very good summary. >> thanks. melissa: mary catherine. i will throw in a few more things. there are a few sin taxes. >> yeah, there are. melissa: we sort of teased it. 50 cent increase on cigarette tax. tax on alcoholic beverages. >> already have one of those. just increasing it. melissa: we'll increase that one. why not. and small fees on internet gambling as well. what do you think of this plan, mary catherine?. >> i don't want to out right knock simplifying the tags code because i think it is something hard to do and something largely would be great for the economy and good for people in general to have the simpler code instead of 74,000 pages of crap we have right now. i do not want to knock that out of hand. when you say talk to going to the clinton rates. you're missing clintonech boom. clinton levels of spending. when you take that into account it doesn't actually end up closing yo gap when it comes to something which some other clinton alumni pointed out this week is a $86 trillion in unfunded liabilities for entitlements. >> that n
of the social impact. >> which talked-about the pine bark beetle. catherine, as a canadian, how does this debate affect canada or other neighboring countries? question i would love to be able to say that things are very different in canada, but i can you -- cannot. there are definitely more people. you can have all the goodwill in the world. but if you deny do anything about it, it does not produce anywhere ahead. climate change brings up issues that are in the american psyche, things like taxation, government control, and people thinking back to 1976 when you hear words like that. so i think there is a very different culture in canada, working together, more of a communal ideas. so i believe we have less of schools to overcome where independents is something that is ingrained since we were born. >> there is significant resistance here in the u.s., but also elsewhere. let's talk about some of the personal attacks. in your book, you wrote to strides in newton and his e- mails had been dissected. use that to say that you were doing parlor tricks the you were not really trying to do. there was a fa
in the paisley and red paisley print. >>host: we are off to the phone we catherine never going to washington hi catherine and welcome to hsn. >>caller: , so excited to talk to you guys. >>host: and catherine were so excited you are here are you shopping for yourself?ller: now and take the rag de comforter off my bed and and waiting for the new one. and i am purchasing the animal print i think it is a sickness. >>host: to come with the warning label animal print is addictive? >>caller: whole house is done animal print and it should come with a warning and king's size at $80 is great. >>host: set your and get rid of the 0 comforter enter you site at house soft these are? >>caller: you know what my kitties also love it. >>guest: furry loved ones flip over this fabric-think you purchased that for them. >>host: run the house anyway. >>caller: when you are gone you know the cats will plight. >>host: is very true that is very well said and i am glad catherine you got the leopard before it sells and thank you for talking to us here hsn. >>guest: enjoy your set. >>host: thank you c
of that in just a moment. >>> also ahead, catherine zeta-jones is here live to tell us about her big role in a new movie today. two new movies today. she'll be here to talk about them. >>> and a whole lot coming up. got to get news first. josh? >>> and we begin with breaking news out of london for our viewers on the west coast. a sad turn in the prank call to kate middleton's hospital room. the receptionist that put the call through to the duchess' room has died of a suspected suicide. the hospital says they were supporting her at this difficult time. another nurse heard in the call revealed kate's condition live on the air. >>> and breaking news on the economy this morning. 146,000 jobs were added while the unemployment rate fell to 7.7%. superstorm sandy was a small factor. >>> also weighing on job creation, the looming fiscal cliff at year's end. aides to president obama and house speaker john boehner, sitting down on thursday. but no progress was made. the sticking points, tax rates for wealthy americans, a possible lifting of the nation's debt ceiling and cutting spending on entitlements. >>>
by catherine heenan and gary radnich. is the only local and live show in the bay area to ring in the new year, and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever. kron 4 urs new year's live stars at 11:30 p.m. december 31st only on kron 4. >> president obama is asking congress for money on behalf of the states that were hardest hit by super storm sandy. the white house says that the president is requesting more than $60 million. in a joint statement, new york governor andrew cuomo in new jersey gov. chris christie sake, the money will help their states recover, repair, and rebuilt. if they also say the money will be used to protect a region from future storms. both governors recently went to washington to lobby lawmakers for federal funds. american airlines pilots overwhelmingly approved a new labor deal it could help the company out of bankruptcy. the allied pilots association says that three-quarters of its nearly 8000 pilots voted for the agreement. the deal includes some compromises on work rules and but benefits. >> shock, sadness and anger in england this morning. a nurse treating
at the time. bill: chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge on the story from the beginning. what does the report conclude, catherine? >> reporter: thai, bill, good morning. it is a scathing report. there are 29 recommendations, five of which are classified. all of which have been accepted by the secretary of state hillary clinton. this report concludes that the benghazi terrorist attack on 9/11 was a significant setback, a significant defeat for the united states because it killed four americans including our ambassador and it shuttered our diplomatic presence in benghazi along with a-sizeable cia operation at the annex. during the summer of 2012 the report states that security was consistently deteriorating on the ground in benghazi and it cites at least 20 specific security related events. it also says the u.s. embassy in tripoli led by ambassador chris stevens should have taken a more active or stronger role to advocate for security at the consulate. it also indicates that it was the ambassador's decision to travel to eastern libya, to benghazi on september 11th and that he wa
house of representatives. for the rest of the story, catherine herridge with us from washington now. catherine? >> shepard, tomorrow on capitol hill, a second round of closed classified briefings for all the members of the house of representatives, nation's top intelligence officer among others. lawmakers want more definitive information on the level of premeditation by the terrorists and how early it was known. >> the question is how much planning went into this? was it months in the works? was it cobbled together quickly within a matter of a few hours? it makes a great difference in terms of the responsibility as well as the vulnerability of our facilities elsewhere. >> and the senior military commentator for africa speaking publicly for the first time for benghazi warning one of the two groups blamed for the consulate attack is getting stronger. >> in the islamic, we believe as al qaeda's best financed affiliate deriving their money kidnappings for ran some from ininvolvement in the drug trade in other illicit trafficking as things as fuel and tobacco and what have you but they h
of this year. catherine herridge live on capitol hill with more. catherine? >> well, thank you, harris. good evening. lawmakers say that this brief was constructive and that at times the videos were hard to watch. >> this was supposed to be sovereign u.s. territory and people can just come in and walk in on us like that without any kind of resistance, really makes your blood boil because you are thinking to yourself where is the security? >> to the degree that there was planning involved, was this something that was done over days? weeks or more likely over hours? i don't think there is any indication of any long-term planning here. >> one lawmaker who asked not to be identified classified brief likened to to a south party beach party because the attackers seemed so casual. told james clapper the top intelligence official family sized the atableggers motivation is still unknown. claim raised further questions from republicans about the obama administration's singular focus on the anti-islam video. >> why did you hone in on just that part and focus in on just that part for so long rather than
intelligence correspondent catherine herridge is in washington, and she has a closer look at the findings. >> at 39 page unclassified report into the benghazi terrorist attack is dating. within hours of its release, three state department officials, including this woman and her boss resigned under pressure as investigators laid the blame upon secretary holick hillary clinton. >> the decision-making takes place. reporter: the report offers conclusions and undeniable facts. among them that there was no demonstration prior to the assault. al qaeda and its franchises are not dead and they found a new safe haven in eastern libya. that led to the deaths of four americans, including ambassador chris stevens. >> i think the conclusion is not intended on it. mistakes were made, lives were lost. lessons need to be learned. reporter: in the summer of 2012, the report documents at least 20 security related security-related incidents in gaza, including the assassination attempt on thh matter. the state department continues to rely on the libyan militia security contractors. neither provided meaningful
a classified briefing on the report today. lawmakers say they plan to hold pluck hearings tomorrow. catherine herridge is live in d.c. with a preview for us tonight, catherine? >> that's right. offers uncomfortable conclusions and undeniable facts that there was a decision prior to the assault not dead found a new safe haven in eastern libya. one security failure after another led to the death of four americans, including ambassador chris stevens. >> i think the d-backs was very stark, very candid, very honest and told us the following mistakes were made, lives were lost and lessons need to be learned. >> in the summer of 2012 the report documents at least 20 security related incidents in benghazi including the assassination attempt on the british ambassador. if the state department continued to rely on libya militia and security contractor on 9/11 neither provided any meaningful defense. the report states it was stevens of decision to travel on benghazi on 9/11 adding quote his status as the leading u.s. government advocate on u.s. policy and his expertise on benghazi in particular caused wa
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>>> hello there. welcome to "newsline." it's friday december 7th. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. japanese self-defense forces commanders have deployed personnel around southern islands. the defense minister has passed on the order to self-defense forces commanders. >> translator: we're preparing our defenses in accordance with that offer. >> north korean leaders plan to launch the rocket between december 10th through 22nd. the leaders of other countries say they are carrying out a test of a long range ballistic missile. the deployi ining surface to ai missiles throughout the region. the prime minister held a meeting with his ministers. he approved the order to mobilize the missile defense systems and shoot down any debris. this will be the third such order issued by the government. the last time was in april when north korea launched another rocket. it blew up less than two minutes after lift off. s. officers are also on alert. >> those ships are capable of participates in defense. we will go forward with that as we did in the last time. >> he said officers will be able to track
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